The autobiography of William Allen White

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The Macmillan company, 1946 - Biography & Autobiography - 667 pages
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One of the most unforgettable personality of his age, a gifted writer, highly admired journalist, politician, friend of presidents, White's life history spans from the time of buffalo and wild Indians in his native Kansas to the age of FDR.

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User Review  - robertsgirl - LibraryThing

Anyone growing up in his years, and later has heard of the great newspaper man from the small town who spoke wise, down to earth with pithy sentences. This book was published after his death and has a ... Read full review

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User Review  - ksmyth - LibraryThing

I confess, I've only read the first 150 pages or so of this book. The first hundred pages are a fabulous description of growing up in late 19th century small town Kansas that is spell-binding and breathtaking. After that it bogged down and I lost interest. Maybe I'll have to try again Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
3
Love Comes and We Wonder Why
12
The Story of Will
55
Copyright

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About the author (1946)

White was for many years the owner and editor of the Emporia Daily Gazette in Kansas. He was also a novelist, biographer, politician, political advisor, poet, and book reviewer.

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